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Re: [Xen-users] xen 3.1 and 32bit guests in 64bit dom0

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  • From: Lorin <lorins@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 15:07:59 +0300
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On 7/26/07, Martin Goldstone <m.j.goldstone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> 1st question:  Is the domU kernel actually a Xen kernel?  By the look of
> that error, I'd guess that it isn't, especially as normally Xen kernels
> have -xen in them somewhere, and yours ends in -smp.  You need to have a
>  Xen kernel to do PV, or you have to use HVM.

It's not a Xen kernel but a plain old stock kernel on which I'm
supposed to run the VM (application requirements ).
I have VT support in the cores so HVM should be enabled from what I've
read so far . Does it require anything else ?

Speaking of PV and HVM  the latter is better because it makes use of
hardware support right ?

> 3rd question:  If Danilo Godec's suggestion about the NIC driver doesn't
> work, could you give us some more details about your networking setup
> (ie NIC make/model, Bonding, VLANs etc)?

Yeah, it was the bnx2 problem.

Thanks a lot!

+ Lorin
+ Nosce te ciment.

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